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Jackson Defense Forces Six Turnovers In Win Over Talawanda

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It has been said that offense sells tickets, but defense wins championships. The Jackson Ironmen defense completely dominated the Talawanda Braves, forcing six turnovers in their 30-7 victory Saturday. Turnovers were a big problem for the Talawanda Braves, giving the Ironmen a chance to run up the score early, and they did just that. The… Read More

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Error Leads to Discrepancies in Ohio Salt Settlement Payouts

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CANTON, Ohio (AP) — Officials say some public entities receiving a share of Ohio’s $11.5 million settlement over road-salt pricing got a different amount than they expected because of a data error. A spokeswoman for Ohio’s attorney general says a few amounts weren’t accurately copied when data was transferred from a spreadsheet and posted. Spokeswoman… Read More

River Valley Rides Hot Start To Victory

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The River Valley Raiders (7-2, 4-2) scored three touchdowns in the first quarter, which is more than the Athens Bulldogs (5-4, 3-2) had first downs. River Valley’s quick start kept enough distance between them and the Bulldogs to seal the Raiders 35-21 victory Friday night. The Raiders marched down the field and straight into their… Read More

Extra Points: Wahama Pulls Off Upset, South Gallia Rolls

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Miller – Wahama In the battle of the Falcons, the Wahama White Falcons stole the show from the Miller Falcons in one of the season’s most significant upsets. Wahama (4-5, 3-5) stormed out to an early lead and weathered the storm, topping Miller (7-2, 4-2) 39-21. Jared Nutter played a leading role in Wahama’s win,… Read More

Tri-Valley Clinches Share of MVL Title

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Maysville running back Johnny Ruckle has not played since week three after an ACL injury. However, instead of getting surgery and sitting on the bench for the rest of the season, Ruckle returned Friday due to a huge rivalry that drew quite a crowd at Maysville Athletic Complex. The Tri-Valley Scotties (8-1, 7-0) defeated the… Read More

Chapman Runs Wild in Alexander’s Win Against Trimble

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By the time Trimble was able to keep Alexander’s Mason Chapman out of the end zone, the result had long been decided. Chapman accounted for Alexander’s first five touchdowns, three on the ground and two through the air, and registered an interception on defense, guiding Alexander (8-1, 5-0) to a 42-13 against Trimble (7-2, 7-0)…. Read More